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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
BOYS AND GIRLS
OP NORTH PLATTE AND
COLN COUNTV '
We nro going to give throo' beauti
ful prizes, a first,, second nnd' third,
to tho boys or girls who will write
for uo tho moat offootivc advertise
ment covering tho following polntti:
First N'uino flvo different articles
In our stock which " make the most
Dr. J. S. Twlnem arrived home
Friday from Omaha whero ho trans,
acted buslnosB for a weak. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Norton camo last
oveJng from Grand Island to spona,
a. few days at tho T.T Norton home
" W. 30. McCiure of Minneapolis 18
Jn North Platte looki after btfst.
noss Interests. ' '
Mr. and Mrs! Joo Murphy left Sun.
day for Illinois where they will visit
friends for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Smith left
Sunday for Omaha whoro thoy "Will
visit relatives and friends for-a week
Geo. A. Dolph and daughters made
a trip to Tryon to visit with Mrs. S.
E. Clothier, who Is seriously 111.
E. Friend left Sunday for his
LOOK WHAT'S COMING
A. K., P. . 0. will meeit Wednos-
with Mrs. oho. Foster.
appropriate (Jraduatlon (Jlfts and the' lQ t, ; .'DonveP aftor vlBitlng''nhV
Second Naiao fife reasons hv
Dixon's Is tho best place to purchase
Advortlseinonts need not bo ar
ranged lust tho wording. Thoy must
bo on ono sheet of papor of not over
ICO wordu. And your name and ad
dress must bo on back of shoot.
You aro welcome to como In our
Htoro niul our dorks will bo pleased
to show you ovor tho sloro and you
caii thoro get some splendid Ideas to
bono your advortlsomonts on.
Tho contest Is now open and you
may mall or bring your advertise
ment to us any tlmo botwoon now
and May 24th at"6:00 p. in., when we
cIobo tho contest.
First prlzo for hoy A full Jeweled
gold braclct watch, tiny size.
First prlzo for girl A full Jeweled
goM bracelet watch, liny size.
Second prlzo for boy A solid goM;
genuine Synthetic Ruby Ring.
Second prlzo for' girl A beautiful
string of gennlno La Tusca Pearls.
Third prize for boy Synthetic
Itnby Scarf Pin.
Third prize for girl Synthetic
Prizes nro flno goods and fully up
to tho high standard of our store.
Thoy may bo seen In tho show win
dows. Tho judges will b&Mr John B. E1
wards, Prof. Frank Smith and Mr. J.
DIXON, THE JEWELER
DK. 0. II.'CltljSSLEK
Offico ovor tho McDonald
LOCAL AND PEKSONAL
PlanoTuning, iroiloy Music House
Brunswick phoiiogranhs, Holloy
Music House. "' "r
Victor, Vlctrolas, nolley M
Anyono wishing comforts tied
phono Mrs. R. L'. Murdock.
Graduation Gifts. Clinton & Son
mother and his aunt, Mrs. J. Fillip
Mrs. M. M. Doty roturnod Sum'
from Elm Crook where sho spent d
Miss Virgil Lewis returned Sunday
from Maxwoll after a wookB visit
Miss Josephine Snyder of Paxton
was a visitor in North Platto this
Miss Rena Dolph returned to Pax
ton Sunday after spending tho weok
ond with hor parents, Mr. afid Mrs.
O. A. Dolph.
Misses Elenor and Angela Itoddy
returned homo Saturday from Chey
enne. ThoyBp cnt two weeks with
Miss Mildred Norrls.
Miss Ethel Walrath left Sunday
for hor homo InOelweln, Iowa. Miss
Walrath was formerly employed at
tho Electric Light offico.
Tho Albert Morris placo south of
North Platto was sold Saturday to
Owen Jones and was a cash trans
action. Mr. and Mrs. Will Friend arrived
Monday from Grand Island. Thoy
will visit Mr. and Mrs.' Geo. Vosot
pica. Tho Christian Endeavor of the
Prosbytorlan and Christian churchos
aro planning on a Joint meeting to
bo hold within tho noxt two weeks
Mrs. Goo. Itowo will return to
Kearney Wednesday after spondlng
a weok at tho homo of Mrs. Floyd
Miss Wyno Gassnor of Cleveland,
Ohio wan a guest of Dr. and Mrs. J
S. Twinom over tbo wook end. MIbs
Gassnor was nnroute to Ogalalln
Itcmombor tho War Mothers' Tea
at tho homo of Mrs. John Evans, 102
E. Third street. You and your
friends aro invited.
J. A. PhilllDB and wife, of the
Myrtlo neighborhood visited relatives
In North Platto over Sunday, and on
Tuosdny loft for Rochester, Minn.,
whoro Mrs. Phillips will undergo an
oporatlon for goitre.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Horrigan camn
yesterday from Grand Island to spend
a fow days at tho W. R. Maloney
homo. Thoy also attended tho En.
gliioers' LaP last even.u::.
C. S. Calhoun roturnod homo Sun
EPWORTH LEAGUE ''
will hold d social
meeting Thursday at 8 o'clock.
Lodge No. 10 will hold a Bp'edlaj!
meeting on Wednesday evening at the.
L O. ,0. F. ' hall for Initiation, com
monclng at 8 o'clock. -r
will entertain at a Tea, Friday,
afternoon, at tho homo of Mrs. John;
Evaii's''l62 E. Third street. EVbVyi1
body, is invited.
Initiation of candidates. Thursday
at.S p. m It is Patriotic day ant?
a program has been prepared fofali
mombers and Master Masons.
Ladies Aid will meet at tho church',
Thursday "aftornoon at three o'clock
Entertalnmcnnt committee is Mas-.
dames R. L. Murdock, E. H. Yato3;
J. R. Elliott and Wm. Wright.
jttV A I AtM.
Tho-annual Father and Son ban
quet of tho Boy Scouts will bo held;
thiB ovoning at 6:30 at tho Presby
terian church. All men aro invited'
and a boy will be provided.
Tho Church Helpers class of tho
Presbyterian Sunday School will meet'
in tho church parlors, Friday at 3j
p. m. It will bo entertained by Mos
dames Joder, Rector and Malcom,
and Miss Margaret Johnston.
Broups will meet with tho fo'.iow-
Ing people. Bible group with Mrw
Howard, 809 East Fourth street. Ann
Hazoltlno with Mrs. Ensmlnger, 317
South Sycamore. Queen Esther group
with Mrs. Elmer James, 1203 West
The loosing side of tho American
Legion auxiliary membership drive
will entertain the winning side and
tho now members at a party at tho
Fireman's hall Friday evening, May
5. A nice program Is being planned
and refreshments will bo served. Rc-
J. IC. Brown of Wollfloot whs a,day from Los Angelos, Calif, whoro
business callor in tho city Saturday, i 1,0 Bpcnt tho winter months. Mrs.
Fred Pcaso of Paxton transacted Calhoun will return hero tho first or
business in North Platto Saturday. ,Juno.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Gorham or,
Grand Island arrlvod last evening
to visit Mr. Gorham's slstor, Mrs. W.
Dixon Optical Co., tests oyos.
Francis Norrls arrlvod Saturday
from Choyonno to spend a few days
visiting friends In tho city.
JE' are pleased to announce to the public that on Wednesday, May 3rd,
- -rr- 1922, our shop, formerly known as The Style Shop, will re-open with a
new'and delightful line of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Furnishings. Specializ
ing the unusual in styles and designs, you will find on display beautiful new
creations and exclusive ideas.
A hearty andcordial invitation is extended to everyone to come in and in
spect! our merchandise and you will find effectiveness in style, price and work
manship will afford you many great opportunities, W f 'K
member the date.
j k imrun i r I
y i u u L y 1 l l lj I
at the Keith Theatre
WILLIAMi: & CULllKIt In comedy songs and talk form an ideal com
bination of talent for ontortalning purposes. Mr. Williams being a
comedian of that quaint variety who delight nu umUonco with hH
droll moUiod of dollvery. Miss Culver is bowltchlng young woman
w ith a chnnAhig volco which sho can uso and Is nlso a comedlonno
0i:01t(a: .MURPHY Juggling whllo telling storlos. For tho last nlno
years liavo been playing all tho principal cities in Kuropo with oi
coption of ono year and nlno months service? Whllo in England ho
appeared before tho King and Queen or England, and many other
notables of Europe.
Altl)i:LL & TRACY Aro a toam of real musicians. Mlas Ardoll has
boautlful Hopranu voioo, charming personality and lovely gow n.
MoKoo Tmoy is a Colllat of gonuino ability. Its ontortnlnlng valuo
should bo in Class A.
FOUt'H FOUR Four amalblo Bolglnn subjoots who aro on a tour of
tho U. S. Tho two gontlomon seen four yours sorvlco in the Dolglau
Air sorvlco, and tho two ladiog sorvod In tho Rod Cross. Thoy have
nppoarod boforo many of tho Crown 1 loads of Europe, bolng porscn
ully )rosonted to tho King and Quoou of Bolglum. Their dances
which thoy aro featuring aro all unique and original.
ATS0 A GOOD FIVU EKL FKATIJIIK Vi'U.L ill SHOWN
Shoes That Fit
When spring comes and leaves bud,
and tho grass grows green, and tho
air turns soft and warm and fragrant,
nro'nt you going to feel a lot younger?
Of course you arc. WIntov Is old age.
Spring Is youth.
Preparo for It now. Start now to feel
young. Buy flexible, comfortablo
I shoes. Nothing in yottr wardrobe can
hurt you more than tho wrong kind
1 of shoos.
For appearance, you will like Cantl
Jevor Shoos with tholr graceful, sen
sible lines, tholr modlBh low and med
ium heels, their flno materials and
For comfort and tho nvoldanco of
foot troubles which so many women
noodlossly oxporlenco, Cantilever
Shoos nro in a class of thoir own, fam-
oua and praised tho country ovor.
They nro mado with floxlblo nrclios
not tho rigid shanks you get in or
dlnary shoes. This flexibility of the
Cnntllovor Shoo, permitting freo cir
culation and strengthening action of
tho foot muscles, enhances tho grace
and youth of your walk.
LOCAL CU'H WOMEN
District meeting of district No. 11
will hold its thirteenth annual sesslo 1 1 Flve members of the North Platte
at urnuy Thursday, May 4. Tlio ills- Woman's nil, nt.(muio.i
ATTEND Tho Travel and Study Club that
tT i was to meet with Mrs. Goodman has
been postponed for a week.
Rev. and Mrs. Koch will return
from Excelsior Springs, Mo. whero
they spent a week. They also attend
trlot includes lodges from Paxton.'
Sutherland Horshev North Platte 7 ,T m. uuuwuuu's ed tho Lutheran brotherhood con
oiunoiianu, norsney, iMorui i laac, iast PHdav. The Gothenhnrp P.lnht .. .
Maxwell, Brady, Gothenburg and- Co- wnR hAv,rt ,i. ..! w rmuon at '"nont.
zad. This is to be an all day aud'thls wa ono th pllIof nttrnp.
evening session. A splendid program tlons; An exhlbt of c f ccre -------- i
will bo carried out. Thirty or more ii . ni,n rm i, o xi
members will attend from the North h(ld bec scnt out from 0mnha wag tion held nt tho court hoil80 ,n tho
Platte lodgo and tho Degree Staff ulll Lhown Mra M appearert court room Wednesday, May 3rd at 2
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initlato soveral cjmdldates for
OLD TIMERS' CLUB
tho activities of tho various clubs Banizing the 89th and 90th represen-
were called for. Those who attena- tativo districts of Lincoln county, also
cd were Mrs. Geo. Frater, Mrs. M.
6. Mrs. Li DA D. DAVIS, Paconia. E. Scott. Mrs. It. F. Cotterell, Mrs.
Colo. She writes "I bollovo I am ell- A. L. Lano and Mrs. York HInman.
giblo to membership in tho Old Tlmo-' A number had planned to drive over
Cantilever Shoos koop your foot
from gottlng tired, holp you onjoy tho
out-of-doors, lmprovo your hoalth. You
will onjoy wearing CnntlloVora; for
tholr trim appoaranco as woll as tholr
Wo nro tho exclusive agonts for
Cautllovor Shoos In this territory.
Como in and soo thorn.
DR. S. E. HUPFER
317 E. -lUi Stroot.
Chiropodist and Foot Specialist
ers club as I camo to North Platte
with my husband, Morgan W. Davis,
on March 21, 1872 and resided there
and elsewhere In the county until
April 1901 when wo moved to Paeonla
whero my husband died twelve years
G3. TIIOS. T. MARCOTT,
Camo to LtncoV county in 1880. Mr.
Marcott lias sent us the namos oi
tho following Old Timers.
04. AV ILL I AM JOHNSON, Brady,
05. AUGUST JOHNSON, Brady, 1872
GO. MRS ELLEN St. MARIE, Brady,
G7. MRS. WILLIAM JOHNSON,
GS. GEORGE PARSONS, Brady, 1880
G9. I. N. WELLS, Brady, 1880.
70. PETER B. BLOOM, Brady, 1880
71. - MRS. THOS. T. MARCOTT,
721. SHERMAN PARSONS. Brady.
! 73. MRS N. R. SMITH, Brady, was
born in Lincoln county In 1884.
74. Wm. T. ELLIOTT, Brady, 1885.
75. MRS. C J. PERKINS, North
Platto, 1891. Mrs. Perkins sent tho
following list of Old Timers who live
in tho Fourth Ward. .
7G. FRANK BRKT.ER, 'North
78. WILLIAM I113YSE, North Platte,
79. MRS. WILLIAM HEYSE, North
SO. ANDREW JOHNSON, North
81. MRS. ANDREW JOHNSON, North
Platto, 188 i. Sho was formorly Anno
from hero but on account of tho con.
dltion of Iho roads they Ave re unable
to organizo tho 30th Senatorial dis
trict, Avhlch comprise Lincoln and
Sixth DIst. Committeeman.
Gamble & Springer storo No. 2
Brady, t nG East.B waa gol(1 t0 T,
storo will bo knoAvn as tho Koontz
J. E. KOONTZ.
A good Watch for tho Boy's Grad.
uatlon, Clinton & Son, Jewelers.
Anyono desiring to bo transferred
from ono school district to another
for school purposes should make
application to this offico before the
annual meeting. Persons Avho havo
been transferred but do not need the
transfer privilege any more should
notify this offico to that effect.
AILEEN G. COCHRAN.
LEARN TO FLY
Becomo tho Master of an Air-
piano and a profession that is un-
equallod In good cloan sport and
Avhlch has the biggest future of any
Lot us toll you more about It
Summer Class Starts Juno 1st.
School of Flying
1 mm Caroline I
1 1 wm performs V I
1 1 fm Perfectly every l 1
I m task that a motor 1
lubricant must do.
"It makes a differenco o
D Havoline-oiled cars run bettor, I
I last longer, and bring bigger re- U
sale prices. The sealed can is
9 your guarantee of uniform qual- I
M itr, full quandty, no waste, no I
I dirt, and all Havoline. We have I
H the correct grade of Havoline for I
I your makeof car, truckor tractor. I
1 J. Y. ItOMIGH I
1 Distributor I
IS. & It. Service Statloa
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